PHOTO GALLERY: Cardinals fans celebrate at downtown bars as World Series begins
Wednesday, October 19, 2011 | 11:29 p.m. CDT;
updated 10:43 a.m. CDT, Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Justin Martin, 29, and Josh Baniak, 28, cheer on the St. Louis Cardinals during their first game of the 2011 World Series against the Texas Rangers at Campus Bar and Grill on Wednesday.
COLUMBIA — Cardinals fans cheer and packed a couple of Columbia bars Wednesday to watch St. Louis beat the Texas Rangers in Game 1 of the World Series.
Ashley Arnold, 26, her mother, Debbie Bradley and her father, Tom Bradley cheers to the beginning of the first game of the 2011 World Series at Bengals Bar and Grill where the St. Louis Cardinals played the Texas Rangers on Wednesday.
Justin Mays, 23, Tyler King, 23 and Aaron Wilson, 23, celebrate at Bengals Bar and Grill as they watch the first game of the 2011 World Series where the St. Louis Cardinals face off against the Texas Rangers on Wednesday.
Cardinals fans pack around the bar at Campus Bar and Grill for the first game of the 2011 World Series where the St. Louis Cardinals take on the Texas Rangers on Wednesday.
From left, Tyler Wiese, 22, Bobby Schallom, 22, Mike Flachs, 21, and Tyler Conbest, 21 cheer at Campus Bar and Grill as the St. Louis Cardinals get the final out in the 5th inning against the Texas Rangers during the first game of the 2011 World Series Wednesday.
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